"A Hundred Yards Over the Rim"
"The After Hours"
Anne Francis and Elizabeth Allen
“The After Hours”
This one hangs in my kitchen.
This pictorial tribute is a partial representation of Constance Ford's early work in TV. The middle two shots are from Uncle Simon; the lower left shot is with Edmond O'Brien in Serling's "The Comedian" (Playhouse 90, 1957). The shots in the lower center and right are from Boris Karloff's "Thriller". The upper left and right photos are from an early episode of "Perry Mason" where she played a woman with a multiple personality disorder ("The Case of the Deadly Double"). In both "The Comedian" and "Thriller", she played characters named Connie - probably because the writers/producers found her work to be so convincing that they didn't bother changing her name. I did this tribute to Connie because she was simply one of the best actresses working in early television. She played bitches and nice women equally well.
Art work for Suzanne Lloyd, James Best, Gig Young, Bill Mumy, Kevin McCarthy, Earl Hamner, George Clayton Johnson, "Midnight Sun," Jack Klugman posters, ©2006-2007, Dr. Dan Moreau. All Rights Reserved!